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Friday 27th September

Live on the
Golden Stage

Gauci
Gauci
Reflections XI

Meet us in the bar to see Sydney's own disco-pop trio Gauci for Reflections — our special series of live music performances presented monthly on Friday evenings.

Returning with their new euphoric thumper ‘In the Night’, this acclaimed track follows the release of their recent ‘Paradise’ – both taken off their forthcoming debut EP later this year. Of the track, Gauci share, “In The Night is a song about second chances and fading relationships. When the endorphins of first love fade away and reality bites. It’s a pumping club friendly pop anthem that showcases a new direction for us. The production is bigger, badder and is a reflection of our love of a truly good pop song.”

Gauci are Antonia Gauci (Producer/Engineer, Leftenent), David Gauci (Las Vagueness, Death Bells) and surrogate brother Felix Lush (Felix Lush, Publique) making smooth Italo Disco, blending synths and charming pop melodies. For this performance on our Golden Stage, they’ll be joined by support act Tilda.

When
Doors open at 4pm, performance starts at 9pm sharp
How Much
Free entry, all events 18+
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Upcoming Shows

Friday 31st January
Stevan
Reflections XIV
Meet us in the bar to see up-and-coming R&B songwriter and instrumentalist Stevan for Reflections — our special series of live music performances presented monthly on Friday evenings.
Saturday 1st February
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Join Ntl Landmarks and Sketch Jets as they launch their latest singles in a double bill evening on our Golden Stage.
Saturday 8th February
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Join CJ Stranger as he launches his latest single on our Golden Stage with support from Christine Jane.
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